Almost all of us feel the rush to get out the door in the morning — the struggle is real. And since it’s easy to grab-and-go a breakfast that’s not that energizing, it may be time to try out a few simple new recipes to reboot your breakfast routine.
Don’t let hectic mornings get in the way of a healthy satisfying breakfast that’ll start the day right. These quick recipes, from quinoa oatmeal to egg white bites, are nourishing and easy to whip together fast.
Whether you’re craving something sweet or savory, there are nutritious breakfast options here that can be prepared in ten minutes or less. With a little thought and planning, transforming your weekday breakfast routine is easier than you think. Give these recipes a go and add a little spice to your morning!
These Breakfast taco bowls have all the things you love in a breakfast taco, minus the taco. They are whole30 compliant and filled with taco meat, scrambled eggs, and roasted potatoes. It’s filling yet perfect to kick start your day for success! –the Defined Dish
All the best ingredients layered between a perfectly cooked and toasted bagel? Oh man – does it get much better than that?? My perfect bagel sandwich comes plenty of cheese, avocado, crispy bacon and heirloom tomato slices. It’s easy to make for yourself, or easy to make if you’re feeding a crowd. Serve them up in your kitchen, or individually wrap them up in parchment paper and take them on the go! They are good at room temp or warm! –Gaby Dalkin
Amazingly sweet and scrumptious make-ahead french toast using a secret ingredient – sweet and fluffy Hawaiian bread! –Damn Delicious
The filling of this burrito is vegan: a scramble of tofu, pinto beans and quinoa — all things I love — and the combination of spices and sauces that they all get mixed with make for such a good flavor. I also love the idea of making this tofu scramble on a Sunday for burritos, and enjoying it as the base of a burrito bowl or a salad on Meatless Monday and beyond. Yummy. –Camille Styles
Swap out your oatmeal for this delicious, protein-packed quinoa breakfast bowl! Top it with your favorite seasonal fresh or dried fruits, nuts, and seeds. Vegan and gluten-free. –Love & Lemons
Skip that carb and sugar loaded muffin and instead try this sweet smoothie. The nut butter and blueberries in this smoothie pair nicely to recreate the comforting flavor of a blueberry muffin. -Kelly LeVeque
Soft scrambled eggs, crispy bacon, chipotle peppers, cheese, and spinach, stuffed into flour tortillas and cooked until golden, crisp, and oh so perfect. Top these quesadillas with a spicy avocado and you’ll have yourself a complete breakfast. Bonus? These quesadillas are perfect for storing in the freezer to have on hand for busy mornings. –Half Baked Harvest
These muffins are PACKED with anti-inflammatory goodness — raspberries, blueberries, walnuts, coconut oil, chia seeds, apple cider vinegar — and void of many ingredients that so often cause us to steer away from baked goods for breakfast. These muffins are your new powerhouse breakfast on-the-go. –Camille Styles
This healthy, plant-based breakfast comes together in 5 minutes or less. Start your day with a bowl filled of superfood greens and plant-based protein. –Goop
This raspberry chia yogurt pudding is my current fave, and can almost not even be called a recipe because it’s basically just throwing things in a glass and letting them hang out in the fridge. I make the chia pudding the night before, and in the morning I layer it with the yogurt, granola, and berries in a mason jar that I can toss in my purse and take to the office with me. –Camille Styles
The best part about this recipe other than the fact that it tastes like breakfast heaven? You can make them ahead at the beginning of the week and heat them up for breakfast all week! I make 2 whole waffles sandwiches, cut them all in half, and wrap each half in foil. In the morning, I preheat the oven to 350, pop them in there until they are heated through, about 10 minutes, unwrap them, and viola! –the Defined Dish
These oven-baked copycat Starbucks egg white bites are a great way to prep a ton of low-carb, healthy breakfast items all at once. No fancy equipment needed, just a little water bath and a silicone muffin tray or silicone muffin cups. Making a batch of these on Sunday night will get you through breakfast for the entire week! –Camille Styles
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